Pure bioceramic sealers are highly biologic, nanoparticle cements that are easy to use
Bioceramic technology simplifies obturation through hydraulic condensation, making the process significantly more efficient
More than 50 published and independent studies have confirmed the properties of bioceramic materials
The last two decades have seen acceleration in technology especially applicable to endodontics. One crucial segment is bioceramic materials, which are having a profound impact on the way we treatment plan our patients. Bioceramics are ideal in that they exhibit advanced physical and chemical properties essential to endodontic success. The properties of bioceramic sealers allow a more conservative approach to endodontic shaping, preserving more natural tooth structure. As a result, restorative endodontics is setting a new standard of care, as we can achieve clinical results we only dreamed about a few years ago.
About the Author
Alex Fleury, DDS, MS, serves as Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Dentistry, working with Endodontic Residents. Dr. Fleury was named the recipient of the “Edward E. Osetek Award” for best new Endodontic Educator of the year by the American Association of Endodontists. He also served on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Journal of Endodontics, and as well serves as the Director of Educational Resources for Real World Endodontics. Dr. Fleury is currently in the full-time private practice of Endodontics in Dallas, Texas.